NORTH AMERICA: 'Spectre' Edges Out 'The Peanuts Movie' In First Place on Veterans' Day Wednesday; 'The Martian' Eclipses $200M Threshold
on November 12, 2015
Sony and MGM report that Spectre bagged $7.9 million on Veterans Day Wednesday, bringing its six-day domestic total to $90.96 million. That puts the 24th installment of the James Bond franchise 21 percent behind the pace of 2012's Skyfall and 15 percent ahead of 2008's Quantum of Solace.
Fox and Blue Sky's The Peanuts Movie posted $7.8 million in a close second place yesterday, giving it a healthy $56.8 million total since opening last Friday. That puts the well-received pic just 3 percent off the pace of Wreck-It Ralph.
In third place, The Martian took in another $1.5 million yesterday. In the process, the blockbuster film hit the $200 million domestic threshold.
Goosebumps moved up to fourth place for the holiday with $1.4 million yesterday. Its total now stands at $68.55 million.
Filling out the top five, Bridge of Spies added $0.94 million on Wednesday. Its domestic haul is now $56.9 million.